“Stroll Through the Big Apple” walking tour in New York
You’ve heard Sinatra sing “New York, New York” – Now it’s your time to visit the famous city! Get a breathtaking view from the Statue of Liberty. Castle Clinton is right across with a quick ferry ride. Our tour takes you to the Hudson River Foundation, before seeing Wall Street – the finance capital of the world. Oculus Center is the spirit of the city’s transportation hub. Our guide will tell you about the fallen World Trade Center as you visit the 9/11 memorial and the Winter Garden. And the holy halls will echo as our local guide takes you to St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church. Finally, you will get a peek at the New York City Treasury Bureau aka the tax collector!
- Professional local tour guide services
Route & Duration
Statue of Liberty
Visiting the Statue of Liberty is an inspiring, striking experience. This dual symbol of freedom and hope is a must for everyone who visits NYC.
Castle Clinton National Monument
Visit the first American immigration station. You will find out why it has a reputation as an “Island of Tears”.
Hudson River Valley
You will find out why is it called a special kind of river- an estuary. The border for the salt in the water moves when the tide rises and falls. The average depth of the Hudson Bay is around 100 meters,
It's the trading hub of the world's biggest economy. The New York Stock Exchange is located on Wall Street and is one of the most significant financial institutions in the world.
You will be impressed by the design of the architecture to the floor tiles. Built above a subway station, this is a tourist attraction in itself.
St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church
Part of what makes the Shrine so important to the entirety of the World Trade Center is the fact that it is the only religious structure on the site. You will find out what an important meaning it has for the U.S.
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
You will see one of the most important tributes to the past and a place of hope for the future.
The Winter Garden is visited by hundreds of thousands of visitors each year and has emerged as a true community space. Did you know that it was originally built to be a horse exchange?
St Peter's Roman Catholic Church
You will find out what the importance the church had on September 11. You will feel what a welcoming and diverse evangelical catholic communion is.
The front door of Statue of Liberty (New York, NY 10004, USA)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.